Milwaukee Bucks: 20 Greatest Individual Performances In Franchise History

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4. Terry Cummings – vs. Dallas Mavericks, January 16, 1987

Terry Cummings is yet another example of the exceptionally versatile players who have graced Milwaukee over the years. Cummings isn’t remembered as a bona fide superstar, but that’s exactly what many of his contributions resembled at the time.

In this game against the fast rising Dallas Mavericks, Milwaukee would eventually fall by just two points in a heartbreaking overtime loss, but there could be little doubting the fact that Cummings was the best player on the court.

Not for the first or last time in his time as a Buck, Cummings was dominant across the floor, doing a little bit of everything to help his team.

Cummings posted 39 points, along with 15 rebounds and 10 assists to achieve a really strong triple-double. Cummings also added six steals on the night too, which added to his 16-26 shooting performance made it comfortably one of the best performances in Bucks history.

As part of an era in franchise history that was filled with so much talent, it’s important that Bucks fans don’t forget the contributions of Terry Cummings.

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